- Pitt Rivers Museum - Body ornaments made from animal parts have been worn in many cultures as charms or amulets. These lion’s claws from east Africa, which have been mounted on a chain, are an example of an amulet designed to protect the wearer. They were collected in east Africa in the 1880s.
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Revolting - Anthropologie is selling a tiger claw pendant under it's Estate and Vintage Jewlery. Here's the editors note. Dating to circa 1870 and sourced from India, this antique tiger claw is capped with serpent-engraved 18k gold. Undoubtedly fashioned after a belief in the auspicious symbol and its powers of protection, this one-of-a-kind find is from esteemed estate jewelers Doy